Graduate Studies: Industrial-Organizational

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Why Guelph for I-O?

We believe a key strength of the Industrial-Organizational (I-O) Psychology program at the University of Guelph is our balanced approach to graduate education. We highly value the scientist-practitioner model in which both the research and practice skills of our graduate students are developed. Below we outline how both of these skill-sets are developed in our program.

Industrial-Organizational (PhD.PSYC) - Courses

After completing the Admissions requirements For the PhD the following are required: (For descriptions of the courses please see the Graduate Program Calendar)

PSYC*6900 [0.50] Philosophy and History of Psychology as a Science
PSYC*7070 [0.50] Psychological Measurement
PSYC*7080 [0.00] Consulting in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSYC*7130 [0.50] Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology

How do I apply to Graduate Studies in Industrial-Organizational (I-O) Psychology?

First review these eligibility requirements.

I-O Area Application Requirements:

Masters/Doctoral

Students who enter the MA program in Industrial-Organizational psychology will must have an Honours degree in Psychology. As well, a thesis, or equivalent research experience, is required.

Because of the research-intensive nature of our program we are most interested in students with a strong background in research methods and statistics.